Teaching Through Art– The Lehigh University Art Galleries

With a network of galleries and outdoor sculptures, the Lehigh University Art Galleries is often described as a museum without walls. The LUAG offers advance knowledge, research and experiential learning for the Lehigh community and beyond. Director of the LUAG, William Crow, and his team have a passion for teaching through art beyond what's hanging on the walls. They believe that art can help us see and think about the world differently.

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69 Road Runner: Last Ride for the Year

We’re a car family. Always have been. We love being around them. I’ve wanted to make a short video of my dad’s 69 Road Runner all summer. As always, life gets in the way but we were able to get one last ride in before winter.

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The Global Social Impact Fellowship at Lehigh

In early August, 23 Global Social Impact Fellows arrived in Sierra Leone to conduct field work on projects designed to fight hunger and disease and increase global awareness of health crises. While their research and projects varied, the Lehigh students had a shared goal—sustainable impact.

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Sunrise on the SouthSide

Lehigh University, its partners in the community and the City of Bethlehem join forces to foster South Bethlehem’s resurgence. In the two decades since local steelmaking operations ended at the Bethlehem Steel Corp., the South Side of Bethlehem is having its moment. New buildings, new restaurants and new public art have sported in a section of the city rich in diversity.

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Lehigh Leaps Over Leopards in Fourth Straight Rivalry Win – 2018

The Lehigh University Mountain Hawks defeated the Lafayette College Leopards, 34-3, during the 154th Rivalry Game at Fisher Stadium in on November 17th, 2018. Lehigh has won four straight rivalry contests and nine out of the last 11. Mountain Hawks running back Dominick Bragalone earned MVP honors with 95 yards rushing and three touchdowns.

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Forged in Fire: Lehigh University ROTC

Lehigh University's ROTC program is one of the original three in the country. Military Science (Army ROTC) is an elective curriculum taught by Army personnel. Students develop their leadership abilities by learning critical-thinking skills; the value of character, competence and courage; as well as self-discipline; and team building. Students are also challenged through the participation in activities such as physical fitness, orienteering, small-unit tactics, marksmanship, and leadership reaction courses.

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A Legacy of Champions

The wrestlers of Lehigh University have stood toe-to-toe with some of the richest and largest athletic departments in the nation. With decades of success and proud legacy dating back more than 100 years, Lehigh enjoys a much-deserved reputation as one of the finest programs in the history of the sport.

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